Set 1: d1t01 - Bad Hair (Cripe) d1t02 - Severe Tire Damage (Explorer) d1t03 - Electric Wildlife (White Strat, White Stringmaster, White Strat) d1t04 - Why Can't We All Just Samba? (White Stringmaster) d2t01 - Arf, She Cried (Sunburst Strat) d2t02 - Band Intro
Set 2: d2t03 - A New Africa (White Strat) d2t04 - Bass Solo -> d2t05 - Rainbow's Cadillac (White Strat) d2t06 - Life Of The Party (Cripe) d3t01 - Thing One (Cripe) d3t02 - Kissin' The Boo Boo (Cripe) d3t03 - Band Intros d3t04 - Drums -> d3t05 - Moon People (White Strat) d3t06 - Band Intros
May 17, 2004 Subject:
Surprisingly Excellent Show
A way below zero night and an empty room allowed for a great recording and lots of dancing room...this recording is one of the best yet and that says a lot for an skb recording, which are usually far superior to most every band on the planet...Bad Hair contained a ultra quiet "pin-drop" jam, which the crowd obliged steve and co. to indulge in the quiet intimacy...Samba raged, mitch took a crazy solo and it seemed steve decided he had to top it, Arf had an interplay section that rivaled Pass and Ellis, only to climax with Rodney's amazing fills...lead drums!
Africa and Thing One were both excellent in set 2...Moon People was a compelling encore, short and to the point as it shoould be, but this song truly showcases the quality of this recording...